|Network, Structured and Fiber Optic Cabling solutions integrate the essential security functions of systems including access control, intrusion, perimeter, video surveillance and communications. Whatever your wire and cabling requirements, AISG will tailor the right solution by taking time to learn about your company, industry and specific security concerns.|
Network, Structured and Fiber Optic Cabling combine advanced technology to bring together critical alarm, data, voice, video and other system transmissions into a single unified physical infrastructure. AISG professional engineers design wire and cabling solutions that provide the highest quality and best performing network infrastructure available to serve your needs today and into the future.
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Network cabling and wiring systems rely on a combination of structured cable components working in synchrony for reliability, scalability, and manageability. AISG offers a wide range of wire and cabling products and services required to design and build a complete network infrastructure that will address your strategic security demands.
Network, Structured and Fiber Optic Cabling combine advanced technology to bring together critical alarm, data, voice, video and other system transmissions into a single unified physical infrastructure.
Today’s security market is migrating to Wire & Cabling solutions that include:
- Network and Structured cabling systems that support multiple hardware and uses.
- Copper Cabling – a cabling system that is divided into categories or classes designated as Category 5e, Category 6, Augmented Category 6, Category 7, Class D, Class E and Class F and FA. As the categories build in letter and number, so do the speeds of data transfer across network wiring for advanced network applications.
- Fiber Optic Cabling – a wiring system that features a thin glass core that transmits laser light pulses. Fiber optic data cabling allows communication signals to be transmitted fast, at high bandwidths and over great distances with excellent signal capacity. Fiber optic cabling is available in singlemode and multimode forms. Singlemode fiber allows for only one pathway while Multimode fiber allows more than one pathway or mode of light to travel within the fiber.